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adjective 
  1. of, relating to, or located at a margin or an edge
    • The area at the edge of the salt-marsh has its own plants
      1. geographically adjacent
    • Monmouthshire is a Welsh county to England
      1. written in the margin of a book
    • There were more notes than text
      1. at the lower extent of a standard
    • His writing ability was at best
      1. of land that is barely productive
    • He farmed his land with difficulty
      1. (context, mostly, UK) of a parliamentary constituency that needs few people to change their previous voting behaviour to change the previous result
    • In Bristol West, Labour had a majority of only 1,000 so is highly this time

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